Valley Of Flowers

Tour Code: BPD046089
Package: 5N6D
Start Date: 01 Jan 1970
End Date: 01 Jan 1970

Valley Of Flowers Tour Details

Located in Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valley of Flowers Locally knows as “Nandankanan” which means “Garden of Gods” is a mesmerizingly beautiful place which finds a mention in local folklore and accounts of many adventurers who ventured into the valley. Famous for over 525 Species of Flora and Fauna during the bloom season the valley changes colours every week. This alpine valley lies in the transition zone of Zanskar Ranges and Greater Himalayas and is surrounded by High Passes and Peaks with only easy access from Govindghat and the entire trail is lined with beautiful Pine, Deodar, Maple, Rhododendron & Oak Trees. .

Also part of Famous Sikh Pilgrimage Hemkund Sahib Locally Known as Lokpal is a beautiful Alpine Lake at over 14000 Feet above sea level adds to the beauty of the trek, the trek is one of a kind adventure surrounded by mysterious and mystical stories.

Drive Through Holi Sites/Cities
Panch Paryags
Himalayan Villages
Alpine Forests
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Greater Himalayan Adventure
Badrinath & Mana Village (Optional)
Rarest Alpine Flora & Fauna
Alpine Lake
Alpine Valleys
Trek to Serenity
Haridwar Railway Station
Accommodation on Double/Triple Sharing Basis in Hotel’s, Guest House, Homestay or Camps.
All Veg Meals from Dinner on Day 1 till Breakfast on Day 6
Morning and Evening Tea
All fees and Permits (Only for Indian Nationals)
Certified and Experienced Trek Leaders and Guides
Basic First Aid Kit
All Surface Transfers Haridwar to Haridwar as per the Itinerary
Travel to and From Haridwar from your home town
Meals During Transit
Visit to Badrinath and Mana Village
Accommodation or Meals not included in itinerary
Cost of Offloading Personal Luggage on Mules/Porters
Anything not Mentioned under Inclusions

The state of Uttrakhand is a Pilgrimage state with Panch Kedar, Panch Paryag, Holi City of Rishikesh and Haridwar and Char Dham of Yumnotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. The Holy state has many more treks and other adventure activities and has something to offer to all kinds of Travellers.


Day One: Haridwar to Govindghat/Joshimath

Arrive in Haridwar and we assemble in the Railway Station Parking to board our vehicles and head towards Govindghat no later than 7:00 AM, it is recommended that you reach Haridwar a night before the departure date of your group. On the way we will be crossing the Panch Prayags starting with Dev Prayag (Confluence of Bhagirathi and Alakhnanda Rivers) after which the Holy Ganges River is formed, Next is Rudra Prayag (Confluence of Alakhnanda and Mandakini Rivers), Karan Prayag (Confluence of Alakhnanda & Pindar Rivers), Nand Prayag (Confluence of Alakhnanda & Nandakini Rivers) and at the end Vishnu Prayag (Confluence of Alakhnanda & Dhauli Ganga Rivers) After which we reach Govind Ghat. Check In the hotel and after dinner overnight at Govind Ghat. Meals: Dinner


Day Two: Govindghat/Joshimath to Ghangaria

Today is our first day of trek, after breakfast we leave for Ghangaria, we also have an option of taking transport till the trek starting point which is an additional cost of around ?100/- per person but saves an eight kilometre long walk on a road. From Pulna Village we start the ascent towards the Ghangaria. The trek route is well laid stone path and as the same route is used by the pilgrims therefore there are mules and porters available almost throughout the way, in addition to this there are rest & refreshment stops after every 2 to 3 Kms, we will halt for tea and lunch on the way. Upon reaching Ghangaria fresh up in the hotel, later after dinner overnight at Ghangaria. Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner


Day Three: Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers and Back

Valley of flowers is the main highlight of the trek, we have an early breakfast and head towards the valley, an early start is recommended so that we can spend maximum time in the valley. The trek route is a narrow trail but clearly marked. We cross a dense alpine forest before reaching the bridge over Pushpavati River. After crossing the bridge a steep ascent takes us through another patch of forest of Pine, Oak and Silver Birch Trees and soon we are above the tree line and beautiful views of the Valley and Mountains surrounding it greets us. Valley boasts of multiple species of Flowers that can be found here include Sulcatas, Red & Yellow Potentillas, Geraniums, Anemone, Rhododendrons and many more. Further we head deeper in the valley till the memorial stone of Joan Margaret Leggy a British Botanist who lost her life in the Valley while documenting the plants and flowers in valley, we share our packed lunch and relax for a while before heading back to Ghangaria. After Dinner Overnight at Ghangaria Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner.


Day Four: Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib and Back

Hemkund Sahib is a famous Sikh Pilgrimage in this part of Himalayas, a Galacial Lake surrounded by 7 Peaks has its mention as a place of meditation of 10th Sikh Guru Shree Guru Govind Singh Ji in the Holy Book of “Shree Guru Granth Sahib”. The climb begins from Ghangaria and winds all the way to the lake which is at 14,200 Feet above sea level, offers beautiful view of valley below and mountains surrounding its periphery one can also spot glimpse of valley on the way. The trek forms part of valley of flowers as some of the flowers which are in difficult part of valley can easily be spotted here along the way include Bharam Kamals and Blue Poppey which is rarest of Himalayan Flowers. After reaching the top, we pay a visit to Gurudwara Sahib, have tea and langar at mess hall and visit the lake, after spending sometime at Lake we head back down towards Ghangaria. After dinner, overnight at Ghangaria. Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner


Day Five: Ghangaria to Govindghat/Joshimath

Today marks our last day of trek, after having breakfast we head down towards Govindghat, we head early so that we can reach Govindghat by early afternoon, you may opt to choose a trip to Badrinath Dham and Mana Village which will be an additional cost. Return by evening and after dinner, overnight at Govindghat/Joshimath. Meals: Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner


Day Six: Govindghat/Joshimath to Haridwar

Our trek to Valley of Flowers ends with the final drive to Haridwar. We board our transport and head back to Haridwar, the trip ends with drop at Holy Town of Haridwar. Meals: Breakfast.
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